seeds of a greener future

Greening and Fruiting Program at Highridge Primary School Courtesy of #KeepKenyaBreathing Initiative

Discover how TEAMEnvironment Kenya planted 200 fruit seedlings and conducted environmental education at High Ridge Primary School. #AdoptATreePerChild #EnvironmentalEducation

Our team arrived at Highridge Primary School with a mission to plant the seeds of a greener future. We started by introducing the students to the importance of environmental conservation and the role of trees in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Through interactive activities, we engaged the students in discussions about the benefits of trees, such as reducing air pollution, conserving water, and providing habitat for wildlife.

After the environmental education session, it was time to get our hands dirty. We distributed 200 fruit seedlings, including passion, luckwards, tamarind, and purple fruit to the students. Each student was responsible for planting and taking care of one seedling, under our #AdoptATreePerChild Initiative. This program aims to instill a sense of responsibility and ownership in the students, encouraging them to take an active role in environmental conservation.

highridge tree planting session

Target achievements on the Goal of Greener future

Our visit to Highridge Primary School was a success. We not only planted 200 fruit trees but also educated the students on the importance of environmental conservation. By empowering the students to take care of their seedlings, we are confident that we have planted the seeds of a greener and more sustainable future.

At TEAMEnvironment Kenya, we will continue to work towards our mission of fostering climate change adaptation and mitigation by catalyzing community-level interventions that enhances well-being, livelihood security, environmental conservation and sustainable asset-based community development.

Contact us if you wish to learn more and take part in our ongoing initiatives.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *